All students, even high achieving, highly motivated ones, forget huge swathes of what they learned. How can we improve this?
By releasing myself from being a “sage on the stage” to become a co-creator of educational opportunities with my students, everyone in my classroom is a better teacher and stronger learner.
Changing a schedule is a large scale effort. What was I doing on a smaller scale in my physics class to combine rigor and well-being, strategies that could be done by any teacher without asking permission?
There is no magic potion to help all students all the time, but there is something that comes pretty close. And it is utterly doable, even in distance learning times, and for the full range of learners...
Teaching has suddenly shifted — how can insights from research help us?
Students regularly study with easy techniques that don’t help much. Help them escape busy work with these two proven methods.
Guided practice deepens students’ knowledge and helps them understand how they’re learning.